Features - Europe

weekend away - Copenhagen

In April, Copenhagen shakes off its winter blues. Street markets and outdoor cafés emerge, tulips nod from flowerbeds, and the sun returns just in time for a delightful spring getaway.

Berlin seasons

Artist & experimental chef Caroline Hobkinson moved to Berlin six years ago and fell in love with the local cuisine. As the seasons rolled by and the food changed she realised the city’s epicurean history provided a valuable lesson

Articles - Europe

24 hours in Istanbul

In March, Istanbul awakens with a spring in its step. The sun is stronger. Evenings are longer. And the city’s 15 million residents spill outdoors to sip tea al fresco on both banks on the Bosphorus. Alas, that traditional watery divide between European and Asian shores is no more.

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Te Vale of York Hoard, AD 900s, North Yorkshire, England.

Vikings: Life and Legend, The British Museum

Starting March 6
The British Museum will open its new Sainsbury Exhibitions Gallery, part of the new World Conservation and Exhibitions Centre, in powerful fashion.

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weekend away - Royal Windsor

The town of Windsor simply oozes royal history. But while Windsor Castle – the Queen’s weekend residence – is the big attraction, there’s lots more to see and do.

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France, Paris

Rhonda Carrier, author of In Love in France: A Travelers Guide, discovers that the City of Light still shines in February, and guides us through a wintry visit.

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24 Hours in Oslo

Oslo is surrounded by the fjord on one side and by the green hills of Oslomarka Forest on the three others. This proximity to nature is in the very soul of the citys residents.

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New Openings - The Residences – InterContinental Genève

InterContinental Genève has recently unveiled three stately accommodations, inspired by opulent palaces of the past.

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Luxury Shopping: Moscow

US writer, Russian historian, and handbag enthusiast Jennifer Eremeeva has lived in Moscow for 20 years. US photographer and enthusiastic fashionista Lisa Shukov has made the Russian capital her home for eight years. Join them on a tour of Moscow’s elegant downtown shopping district.

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Limmatquai, Zurich

The city of Zurich may be small, but its Limmatquai begins in a big way: at the largest urban square in Switzerland. Whitebook founder Peter Zeller takes note of his favourite local haunts.

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